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Have fun at Wyoming festivals all year-round.
Held at Gillette College, the annual Donkey Creek Festival take place in late June in Gillette. A major northeastern Wyoming event, the two-day festival features live music, arts and crafts vendors, and plenty of food. The Donkey Creek Festival also features the DCF Car & Motorcycle Show, a 5K run, the DCF Disc Golf Tournament, a d outdoor movies. Events take place at the Gillette College Tech Center and the Gillette College Tech Center Lawn.
Found in Carbon County, the annual Rawlins SummerFest takes place in downtown Rawlins in mid-July. The Wyoming festival includes the Rawlins Jam motorcycle event, and the Outlaw Show N' Shine car show. Rawlins SummerFest events include outhouse races, food and shopping, and outdoor movies at Carbon County Museum. Try a night tour of Wyoming Frontier Prison, enter an ice cream eating contest, and attend the Saturday night dance and BBQ.
Set in the beautiful city of Cody, found in northern Wyoming, Southfork Ice is a waterfall ice festival held every President's Day weekend. For over a decade, the Southfork Ice festival has featured live music, exceptional meals, and amazing ice climbing all in the South Fork of the Shoshone River. This spot in Cody is known to have not only the highest concentration of frozen waterfalls in Wyoming, but the entire country.
These Southfork Ice festival are held at the Cody Auditorium – found less than one mile from the Best Western hotel in Cody. Enjoy your time at what is known as the friendliest little ice festival in the northern Rockies, and happy climbing.